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why do my colours print differently to the colour i see on my screen?

The team here at The Print Group like to help educate our customers and prospects on all things design and print to not only give you an insight into the printing world, but to make sure you are getting the best result on your print job.

We often have clients that have designed artwork that once printed, are surprised as to why the colour of the finished product isn’t what they expected or doesn’t match the colour they were working with on screen. There is a logical explanation to this and today we are going to look further into the world of colour and why what you see on screen is not necessarily the way it will print on paper.

The first thing we want to discuss is the difference between RGB, CMYK and Spot Colours and what they really mean in terms of your artwork design and printing.

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paper vs digital for students?

In this digital era, it can be an easy option for training companies to go online, or digital. Of course, we may be bias here as we love all things about print and paper, but there is some valuable research that students in particular, benefit more from printed documents. Twosides Australia discuss this very topic in one of their recent blogs titled, "Print and paper play a key role in learning and literacy", stating “Several studies on the outcomes of reading and studying on paper versus digital from the United States and South Korea have been conducted. The results show that 60 out of 66 students preferred paper to a computer when studying and that using paper for note-taking improved the quality of student reports." 

Read more in our blog titled - students, learning and the benefit of pen on paper.

 

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project showcase - rto student handbooks

 

As print specialists for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs), The Print Group offer more than just training material printing. We also offer print services for marketing materials, business stationery and a variety of other print needs that RTOs have. Today we thought we’d take a closer look at some student handbooks that we have recently printed.

All of our RTO clients so far, have decided to print their student handbooks at A5 size. All of the samples shown today, have been printed full colour throughout on a 150gsm gloss. The booklets have all been finished as a square edge folded saddle-stitched booklet and are really, the perfect size for students to keep handy when needed. The advantage of having the student handbooks printed professionally is that they do make a great impression on your new students and gives them immediate access to all they need to know about studying with your RTO.

Call our team today for a quote for your student handbooks.

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did you know?

As members of Two Sides Australia we are passionate about paper and the printing industry and we want to share researched facts and help "explode the myths" about the industry and share how sustainable print and paper really is. 

Did you know that 76% of newspaers, catalogues and magazines in Australia are recycled?  Read more myths and facts in our blog or further on Two Sides Australia.

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rto print specialists - australia

As specialists in printing training materials, The Print Group can offer significant value to your RTO. As a majority of our clients are Registered Training Organisations, the systems we have in place work very well and is certainly gaining traction in the VET sector for offering economical and efficient print management systems that just simply work.

What makes our services of value to RTO’s and their training material printing needs include:

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